Jet Aviation wins OK for for Gulfstream aircraft registered in Turkey

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“We sought this approval in direct response to customer demand and look forward to welcoming TC-registered Gulfstream aircraft to our facility in Geneva,” said Edgar Guerreiro, senior director of Jet Aviation’s Geneva MRO & FBO operations and general manager of Geneva. “Turkey has a significant fleet of private aircraft and our team of dedicated maintenance professionals in Geneva is delighted to extend its expertise to help keep these aircraft in the air, where Turkish owners and operators want them.”

Jet Aviation in Geneva also offers full heavy maintenance for Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) and Bombardier Global Express. Jet Aviation is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) with 4,000 employees and nearly 50 locations worldwide. Jet Aviation’s offerings include aircraft management, aircraft sales, charter, completions, defence, FBO, maintenance and staffing.

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